fice


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fice

 (fīs)
n. Chiefly Southern US
Variant of feist.

fice

(faɪs)
n
a small aggressive dog

feist

(faɪst)

n.
Chiefly Dial. a small mongrel dog, esp. one that is spirited or pugnacious.
[1760–70; compare (from 16th century) contemptuous epithets for a dog (present participle of fist to break wind, late Middle English)]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fice - a nervous belligerent little mongrel dog
cur, mutt, mongrel - an inferior dog or one of mixed breed
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We learn, upon the au- thority of a letter from Charles county, Maryland, received by a gentleman of this city, that a young man, named Matthews, a nephew of General Mat- thews, and whose father, it is believed, holds an of- fice at Washington, killed one of the slaves upon his father's farm by shooting him.
On summer afternoons, when she had been mar- ried many years and when her son George was a boy of twelve or fourteen, Elizabeth Willard some- times went up the worn steps to Doctor Reefy's of- fice.
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After Lynn Fice pled guilty to aggravated assault, fraud, personation, forgery, and breach of recognizance, the judge took into account the sixteen months she had spent in jail and six months on house arrest before her sentencing and ordered that she spend another fourteen months in the community under conditions.
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